Enpro taps Joseph Bruderek Jr. for finance chief role.

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  • Enpro has announced the appointment of Joseph Bruderek Jr. as its new Chief Financial Officer, effective April 1, 2024.
  • Bruderek has extensive experience in the industry, having served as the Vice President of Commodities and Corporate Strategy at Momentive Performance Materials.

Enpro, an industrial technology company based in Charlotte, North Carolina, has named Joseph Bruderek Jr. as its next Chief Financial Officer (CFO), effective April 1. Bruderek most recently held the position of Vice President of Commodities and Corporate Strategy at Momentive Performance Materials, a provider of silicones and specialty materials. He has also worked in various roles with Momentive and General Electric throughout his career. Bruderek will succeed J. Milton Childress II, who has been with Enpro for 19 years and has held the position of CFO since 2015. Childress has announced his retirement and will remain with the company until May 31 to ensure a smooth transition.

Enpro operates in the industrial technology sector and provides engineered products and services to diverse industries, including automotive, chemical, energy, and pharmaceutical. The company offers a range of solutions, including industrial sealing products, fluid handling systems, and power systems. With the appointment of Bruderek as CFO, Enpro aims to leverage his expertise in commodities and corporate strategy to drive sustainable growth and financial performance.

Bruderek brings extensive experience in finance and strategy to his new role at Enpro. He spent a significant part of his career at Momentive Performance Materials, where he held various positions. During his tenure as Vice President of Commodities and Corporate Strategy, Bruderek was responsible for overseeing the company’s commodity exposures and developing strategies to optimize its commodity positions. He also played a key role in managing the company’s supply chain and implementing cost-saving initiatives. In addition to his experience at Momentive, Bruderek has worked at General Electric in diverse roles, including finance and supply chain management.

Enpro’s decision to appoint Bruderek as CFO reflects the company’s focus on strengthening its finance and strategy capabilities. Bruderek’s experience in commodities and corporate strategy will be valuable in navigating the complex market dynamics and optimizing Enpro’s financial position. As the industrial technology sector continues to evolve, Enpro aims to leverage its diverse product portfolio and strong customer relationships to drive sustainable growth. By appointing a CFO with expertise in commodities and corporate strategy, the company is well-positioned to capitalize on emerging opportunities and achieve its long-term financial goals.

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